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Corbin’s Dual Touring Saddle for the Indian Scout

Corbin’s Dual Touring Saddle for the Indian Scout

Corbin’s Dual Touring Saddle for the Indian Scout is ergonomically shaped to provide support and is designed to work with a Corbin backrest or with the Indian sissy bar. Order a single backrest and transfer it front to back as needed or get two for full-time use. The backrest angle adjusts to provide a personalized fit in both positions. The ...

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Pittsburgh Motorcycle Tire Balancing Stand

Pittsburgh Motorcycle Tire Balancing Stand

Whether for an opportunity to save a few dollars or just to insure that the job is done right, many motorcycle owners change their own tires. But a tire change is not complete until the new rubber and wheel are nicely balanced. This product allows you to accomplish that easily, and without breaking the bank. While your dealer might spin ...

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Stop & Go Tubeless Puncture Pilot Tire Repair Kit

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There are two parts to fixing a flat on a tubeless tire, the first of which—plugging the hole—every repair kit can do. But when it comes to reinflating the tire enough to ride to a shop for a permanent repair, most kits give you a few CO2 cartridges and wish you luck. The Stop & Go Tubeless Puncture Pilot tire ...

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The ICE Device Product Review

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Consider a bad situation: You’re on your bike, involved in an accident and unconscious. People responding to the scene don’t know you, whether you have any medical issues or who to contact. Maybe you have that information on your phone, but it got busted up. Maybe it’s in your wallet, but that was in your tankbag and who knows where ...

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BaggerShield Windscreen for GL1800 Review

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A big windscreen is a fine thing to have on a cold, blustery day, but when the weather turns warm that see-through barn door blocks what could be a cooling breeze from getting anywhere near you. At times like this the Honda Gold Wing GL1800’s windscreen, with a mere 4 inches of vertical adjustment, just doesn’t cut it. And it’s ...

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Dual-Sport Touring Accessories Review

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(This article was published in the June 2012 issue of Rider magazine.) As tough, capable, middleweight dual-sports, the Kawasaki KLR650 and BMW G 650 GS Sertão are solid platforms, ready to be accessorized for epic journeys of any scale. For our three-day ride, we wanted to add wind protection and luggage capacity. For the KLR, we ordered a selection of ...

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Beyond the Border: Riding Solo in Mexico (DVD Review)

Beyond the Border DVD

My brother, a friend and I have been talking about a trip to Mexico’s Copper Canyon for over a year. We’ve read Copper Canyon threads on ADVrider, past tour reviews in Rider as well as “Motorcycle Journeys through Texas and Northern Mexico” by Neal Davis and “God’s Middle Finger: Into the Lawless Heart of the Sierra Madre” by Richard Grant, ...

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Hearing Protection for Motorcyclists

by Joe Michaud Two men are talking. One is bragging about his new hearing aid and says, “I have a new hearing aid…it’s wonderful. I can hear everything quite clearly.” Second man asks, “Really? What kind is it?” First man checks his watch and says, “Quarter to three.” If that sounds like you, you have the beginning of hearing loss. ...

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Book Review: The Essential Guide to Motorcycle Travel

Book Review

Review by Andy Saunders [This The Essential Guide to Motorcycle Travel book review was originally published in the July 2007 issue of Rider magazine] There are few frontiers left to blaze on two wheels, but it’s still just as easy to get into trouble. Dale Coyner’s new book is about how you can have adventures on your motorcycle, with careful ...

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Adding Electrical Accessories to your Motorcycle

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If you’re reading this it’s a good bet your favorite form of transportation is a motorcycle, not a car. Even diehard motorcyclists, however, admit there are situations in which some of the comforts of a four-wheeler—heat, music and driving lights—come in handy. But while adding one or two accessories to your motorcycle is fairly simple, the more circuits you add ...

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